25th Pauri of JapJi Sahib ~ Bahuta Karam

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25th Pauri of Japji Sahib ~ Bahuta Karam

“If you recite the 25th Pauri of Japji 11 times a day, it will bring you prosperity and wealth.” ~ Siri Singh Sahib Ji

POSTURE: Sit in Easy Pose, with a straight spine.

MUDRA: The hands are resting on the knees in Gyan Mudra (first fingers and thumb tips are touching).

EYES: The eyes may be open or closed.

MANTRA: The 25th Pauri of Japji Sahib.

TIME: 11 times.

Bahuta Karam

Listen to 11 repetitions of Bahuta Karam from the 2016 Summer Solstice, Your Path to Prosperity Class. Vocals by Guruprakash Kaur and tabla by Jaspal Singh:

Listen to Bahuta Karam and other Music by Mata Mandir Singh on the Sikhnet Gurbani Media Center

COMMENTS: If you recite the 25th pauri of Japji 11 times a day, it will bring you prosperity and wealth. It is a promise. There are many people who have done it and they became prosperous.

The 25th pauri adds up to seven. It is a platform of levitation. It means wherever you are and whatever you are, this pauri will elevate you, levitate you, to the point of achievement, no matter what!

Prosperity is a state produced immediately by the mind. When the sun comes out of the clouds, everything is lit. When the mind comes out of duality, prosperity is there. And the 25th pauri has the power to take away duality, because it covers every aspect of the projection of the self. It works on the tenth body, the Radiant Body.

*Note: It is recommended to recite the 38th pauri of Japji (Jat Pahara) 11 times a day along with the the 25th pauri of Japji (Bahuta Karam). Click here to learn more about the connection between the 25th and 38th pauris of Japji.

Translation of Bahuta Karam From Japji Sahib: The Song of the Soul by Ek Ong Kaar Kaur Khalsa

Bahuta Karam English Translation

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  1. Jaya Khatanhar says:

    I am really feeling blessed to reach this page. I would love to learn more about Japji Saheb. I have been reciting it for many years and I have seen myself growing financially and spiritually but I somehow loose touch and then restart again. I want to continue reciting without any miss.

  2. Beautiful!
    I started chanting this Pauri as well as the 38th one. I truly believe in God and Its greatness. If I am performing this meditation in order to bring prosperity to my family, is it a cursory ritual? I am just wondering if it makes a difference to do it with no intentions, or with a specific purpose in God’s eyes?
    Thank you so much for all the teachings

    • Sat Nam Gaelle,
      Let us all aim to see things as God sees them. Everyone has needs. If we pray to God to answer our call and help satisfy our needs, this is human. This is the relation of parent and child; God and his lovers. Whatever we do, whatever we pray, let us do so with as pure a heart as we may.

  3. Dharam Atma Singh says:

    Sat Nam

    I want to ask you what Is the different in benefit, Energy between recitation of har har har har gobinde ……. Vs bahuta karam ?

    Thank you very much
    Blessing you

    • Sat Nam. These are esoteric concepts. Both the mantra you have referred to and the 25th Pauri of Japji can have similar benefits. The choice of one over the other is really more a personal choice – how one or the other may feel stronger or more in alignment for you. The benefit of elevation is always desirable. The benefit of prosperity is best seen as an abundance of assets – like an abundance of love or opportunity, not just financial. May both the mantra and the pauri offer you both these benefits.

  4. Dharam Atma Singh says:

    Sat Nam

    Someone can explain which is the difference between the elevation and prosperity bring the recitation of bahuta karam vs har har har har gobinde…..?
    Thank you

    Sat Nam

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  5. Hello sir
    I have a question as I don’t speak punjabi neither understand much Instead of reciting can i listen this pauri 11 times. Will i get the blessings or I have to recite it plzzz tell
    Thank you
    Dhan Gurunnak

    • Listening to any Pauri of Japji or any shabad is a perfectly wonderful thing to do. However, if you want to have the most meaningful experience possible, it is recommended that you recite the words aloud. That said, as someone unfamiliar with the language, you may want to recite it in translation so that you understand the meaning in the words. Also, it is powerful to read a transliteration of the Gurmukhi words so that you can make the sounds yourself and recite along with a recording of someone reciting the Gurmukhi. The blessing received is not so dependent on what you do, and more about your level of devotion and dedication to the practice. Whatever you do, do it with love for the Divine in your heart and all will workout.

  6. Hello to you
    I have a question: I am not good in singing, can I just recite the 25th pauri for 11times and the same for the 38th pauri?
    Thank you for advise. Blessings, N.

  7. Aloysius Eyali says:

    Hello God’s blessings!
    I feel very blessed coming across this page. I don’t understand how I got here, but I will claim the blessing. I would like to have a copy of the prosperity card.

  8. satnaam ji
    I wnt to know tht bcoz of my hectic schedule i hv less tym in morning/evening nd coz of office dress code (cannot cover my head)..can i do mool mantr or any other shabad without covering my head.Internally in my mind or heart. confused .plz guide

    • Sada Bahar Kaur Khalsa says:

      Sat Naam Ji, Covering the head is always the ideal when reciting Gurbani.Some people wear a turban and others a head covering that works within their work environment. This is ideal for dedicated meditation.
      When we recite Gurbani internally during the day, or sing it while we work, we are often going about our daily life and may not have the head covering if that is not part of the daily dress. This can still be done but it is encouraged that Gurbani is always treated with our respect.

  9. I am not sure if I understood right:
    If I recite the Bahuta Karam for 11. times
    than afterwards it’s good to recite the 38. Pauri also 11 times?
    Does this mean if I decide to do a Bahuta Karam Japa for a couple of hours , it would be good to do the same time the 38. Pauri!
    Thank you

    • Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa says:

      Thank you for your question! It is not required to recite the same number of recitations/time of the 38th pauri after reciting the 25th. Both pauris are powerful on their own and can be recited as little or as long as you like. Many people will recite a particular shabad, pauri etc. for 11 times each day but this is simply a guideline for daily practice. There is a potential enhanced, symbiotic effect when combining the 38th pauri of Japji Sahib with the 25th. I encourage you to try reciting one or both and see how you feel and be attuned to the subtle changes you may experience.

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